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4. What was a consequence of British imperial rule in India?
a. Indian culture exceled and the people of the country became wealthy.
b. Indian people were massacred in Jallianwala Bagh and their culture decimated.
c. Gandhi became a prominent leader for the British.

5. Which of the following countries was a dominate world power in the late 1800s?
a. China
b. Great Britain ********
c. The United States

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  1. You didn't make a choice on #4. You are correct on #5.

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  2. #4 is b

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  3. Nick: A hint about multiple choice questions: If you aren't sure, use the process of elimination. Gandhi was never a leader FOR the British, he advocated Indian independence, did he not? And the mass of Indians did not prosper under the Raj. That leaves B for the above question. But if you are not sure about the massacre, for example, type it into your web browser and find out what happened.

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